2014 Annie Malone Parade

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Scenes from the 2014 Annie Malone May Day Parade in downtown St. Louis on May 18, 2014 This St. Louis tradition began over a century ago in the historic African-American Greater Ville Neighborhood when thousands of St. Louisans would gather to honor Annie Malone, the founder of Poro College and the noted children’s home that carries her name. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
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The Soldan High marching band took part in the 2014 Annie Malone May Day Parade in downtown St. Louis on May 18, 2014 This St. Louis tradition began over a century ago in the historic African-American Greater Ville Neighborhood when thousands of St. Louisans would gather to honor Annie Malone, the founder of Poro College and the noted children’s home that carries her name. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
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St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay & St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley marched in the 2014 Annie Malone May Day Parade in downtown St. Louis on May 18, 2014 This St. Louis tradition began over a century ago in the historic African-American Greater Ville Neighborhood when thousands of St. Louisans would gather to honor Annie Malone, the founder of Poro College and the noted children’s home that carries her name. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
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Scenes from the 2014 Annie Malone May Day Parade in downtown St. Louis on May 18, 2014 This St. Louis tradition began over a century ago in the historic African-American Greater Ville Neighborhood when thousands of St. Louisans would gather to honor Annie Malone, the founder of Poro College and the noted children’s home that carries her name. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
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Scenes from the 2014 Annie Malone May Day Parade in downtown St. Louis on May 18, 2014 This St. Louis tradition began over a century ago in the historic African-American Greater Ville Neighborhood when thousands of St. Louisans would gather to honor Annie Malone, the founder of Poro College and the noted children’s home that carries her name. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
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Scenes from the 2014 Annie Malone May Day Parade in downtown St. Louis on May 18, 2014 This St. Louis tradition began over a century ago in the historic African-American Greater Ville Neighborhood when thousands of St. Louisans would gather to honor Annie Malone, the founder of Poro College and the noted children’s home that carries her name. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
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Scenes from the 2014 Annie Malone May Day Parade in downtown St. Louis on May 18, 2014 This St. Louis tradition began over a century ago in the historic African-American Greater Ville Neighborhood when thousands of St. Louisans would gather to honor Annie Malone, the founder of Poro College and the noted children’s home that carries her name. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
Photo: KMOX/Brad Choat
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Black Jack police (St. Louis County) took part in the 2014 Annie Malone May Day Parade in downtown St. Louis on May 18, 2014 This St. Louis tradition began over a century ago in the historic African-American Greater Ville Neighborhood when thousands of St. Louisans would gather to honor Annie Malone, the founder of Poro College and the noted children’s home that carries her name. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
Photo: KMOX/Brad Choat
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Scenes from the 2014 Annie Malone May Day Parade in downtown St. Louis on May 18, 2014 This St. Louis tradition began over a century ago in the historic African-American Greater Ville Neighborhood when thousands of St. Louisans would gather to honor Annie Malone, the founder of Poro College and the noted children’s home that carries her name. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
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Scenes from the 2014 Annie Malone May Day Parade in downtown St. Louis on May 18, 2014 This St. Louis tradition began over a century ago in the historic African-American Greater Ville Neighborhood when thousands of St. Louisans would gather to honor Annie Malone, the founder of Poro College and the noted children’s home that carries her name. (KMOX/Brad Choat)
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